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FRID)AY, MAY 6, 1949

ARENA THEATRE:
'Winslow Boy' Initiates
New Drama Technique

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Man Tops Machine in Glassblowing

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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Experimental theatre comes to
Ann Arbor Tuesday and Wednes-
day when students in the speech
departmpent produce in arena style
Terrence Rattigan's The Winslow
Boy.
Making its initial Michigan de-
but, arena theatre requires the ac-
tors to perform with props but
virtually without sceilery in the
ceter of a hall, in this case the
Women's Athletic Building.
* * *
THE AUDIENCE is on all sides
and observes four pictures moving
simultaneously and continuously.
According to Hugh Z. Norton of
the speech department, who is di-

recting The Winslow Boy, theatre-
in-the-round is motion picture
acting with a living audience in-
stead of a camera.
The production's object is to
establish an intimacy without
losing audience interest or the
aesthetic distance of the theatre,
Norton said. "While intimacy
can breed contempt, it can also
increase the truee xperience of

By DOLORES PALANKER
Once a father-to-son trade, the
ancient art of gla~sblowing still
remains one of the few professions
in which the modern inventions of
the machine age cannot replace
human skill.
According to George A. Killich,
University glassblower, a knowl-
edge of the fundamentals of giass-
blowing is valuable to the chem-
ist who can make his own special
equipment instead of waiting the
usual three or four months neces-
sary for commerically-produced
materials to be delivered.

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"THEREFORE, teaching stu-
e. ents the fundamentals of glass-
ick to Athens, the arena blowing is based on the theory
tly became popular on that they should make their own
oast and has been fre- equipment and handle their own
d by Margo Jones, well repairs," says Killich, who teaches
las director. a non-credit course in glassblow-
ing here to some 22 students.
The University, Killich ex-
plains, is one of the few larger
institutions of its kind which
fails to accredit such a course
At Least even though it is recognized by
Through the Veterans' Administration.
MONDAY "Glassblowing cannot be taught
professionally," Killich empha-
sizes. It requires from one to two
years to acquire adequate skill.
"A FELLOW has to acquire his
own technique in blowing and
ti . handling," he says, "and this can
only be accomplished through
s practice after he has learned the
° fundamentals."
Students are taught the tech-
Box Office niques of budding tubing and
Open From Noon shrinking and blowing bulbs.
VED SEATS ONLY Production in the glassmaking
)ally 2:30 and 8:30
s.: $1.20, $1.50 and $1.80 industry is usually by machinery,
.20, $1.80 and $2.40 Killich points out, but the neces-
ces include taxes. sary chemical apparatus must us-
ually be made by hand.
* * *
KILLICH USES only a few
pieces of machinery in his labora-
tory in the new chemistry building.
A glass lathe, which he designed
himself, is used to join glass tub-
ing by rotating and to make ring

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constrmctive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
FRIVAY, MAY 6, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 152
Notices
Summer Work:
Opportunity for one or two Chi-
nese students to do general house
wvork at a summer cottage on Lake
Michigan during the coming sum-
mer.
Representative of Chippewa
Lodge (coed. ranch camp) will be
here Monday, May 9 to interview
men and women for positions in
crafts, general athletics, and wat-
erfront.
Representative of Camp Char-
levoix (boys private), Charlevoix,

Michigan, will be here Monday
and Tuesday, May 9 and May 10,
to interview men for tennis and
archery counselor positions.
Toledo Y.M.C.A. Camp, near Na-'
poleon, Michigan, has vacancy for
craft director, nature counselor,
sailing instructor, and riding in-
structor. For further information,
call at Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Administration Building.
Approved Student Sponsored
Social Events for the coming week-
end:
Friday, May 6
Chi Psi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi
Kappa Sigma, Pi Lambda Phi, Psi
Upsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
ma Nu, Theta Delta Chi, Theta Xi.
Saturday, May 7
Acacia, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha
Kappa Kappa, Alpha Kappa Psi,
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Epsi-
lon Pi, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Up-
silon, Fletcher Hall, Greene House,
Kappa Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi
Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Psi,
Phi Rho Sigma, Pi Lambda Phi,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Nu,
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Tau Delta Phi, Trigon, Tyler
Mouse.
Sunday,.May 8
"M" Club, New Women's Dorm
-Unit 4.
May Festival Tickets: Tickets
for the remaining May Festival
concerts will be on sale at the Hill
Auditorium Box Office, which will
be open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m., and at 7:00 p.m. preceding
each concert.
Drama Season Tickets: Sale of
seats for individual performances
of Ann Arbor Drama Season pro-
ductions now open, Box Office,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Women students attending the
Interfraternity Council Ball, May
6, have 1:30 a.m. late permission.
Calling hours will not be extended.
The California State Personnel
Board announces examinations for
Junior and Senior Clinical Psy-
chologist and for Associate Per-
sonnel Examiner. Further infor-
mation may be obtained at the
(Continued on Page 4)

GLASSY CHASSIS-George A. Killich, University glassblower,
is shown heating a piece to add to the special column head he
is holding which is used for fractional distillation of compounds
and to cut fractions from certain liquids.

Phone 5651

Eves.: $L
All pric

seals used in glassbuilding. The
machine replaces manual skill.
"An ordinary glass lathe
makes standard machinery for
production work," Killich ex-
plains, adding that his design
makes it adaptable for any kind
of production.
Killich,. who has been at the
University for five years, learned
glassblowing 16 years ago while
doing research at the Barrett Di-
vision Alloy Chemical and Dye
Corporation in Philadelphia.
* * *
HE SAYS that, contrary to be-
lief, glassblowing is not injurious
to the health except when in con-
tact with dust particles of glass.

"But this danger is alleviated
through the use of modern
equipment," he added, "in which
a wet wheel is used."
Killich even allows his five year
old son, who shows a keen interest
in the art, to "blow bubbles", as
the child calls it, when he visits
his dad in the lab.
Tax Conference
A tax conference under the
sponsorship of the Detroit chapter
of the Tax Executives Institute
and the School of Business Ad-
ministration will be held at the
Rackham Building tomorrow.

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Continuous rom 1 P.M.
35c until 5 P.M.

WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE, recently over-
hauled, must sell immediately, $85.
B. S. Mayger, Dorm 4, Rm. 57, West
Lodge, Ypsilanti. )49
MOTORCYCLE-Lightweight, looks and
runs like new, $150. Bruce Brandell,
226 Strauss House, East Quad, 2-4591.
)56
REMEMBER MOTHER
With Mother's Day Sweets"
Whitman's Candy - Beautifully
wrapped for that special event.
CALKINS FLETCHER
State St.)5
FORD Model A Tudor Sedan. Good con-
dition. $90. M. Horowitz, 107 Tyler,
E.Q. ) 48
1937 FORD Tudor. Just what you need
for that summer trip. Call 9660, 6:30
to 9:30. )50
WOULD you like to own a car you can
operate inexpensively. One that is
classy and in excellent condition.
Drop around and see our 1949 Ren-
nault. You'll get a good buy for your
money. R. Baxter, 2360 Parkwood,
Pittsfield Village, 2-1461. )52
MOTORCYCLE SALE
A very good selection. All priced to sell.
Will accept trade-ins.
A Complete Rebuilding Service.
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty St. Phone 2-1748
)10
"LIFE WITH MOTHER"
HAS BEEN WONDERFUL!
Remember her with a Lasting Gift.
Scatter Pins - Bracelets - Necklaces
and Earrings - She'll be proud to wear.
Only $1.00 to $7.95
ELIZABETH DILLON
State Street )2
BIRDS FOR MOTHER'S DAY-Beauti-
ful singing canaries and parakeets-
also cages. Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. Sev-
enth.
1947 PLYMOUTH-Maroon 4-door; ra-
dio, heater, spotlight, other extras,
excellent condition, low price. 1463
Univ. Terr., Apt. 1231, Phone 4017. )36
ELEVEN acres, half wooded, small
cabin, ten minutes from Ann Arbor,
$245 per acre. Call Centerline
3722-W. )41
F I RST IN QUALITY
TELEVISION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric, and Stewart-War-
ner. Aero Radio Sales & Service.
Phone 4997. )7
GOLF CLUBS and Bag Boy collapsible
caddy carts. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058. John-
ny Malloy, Pro. )30B
COUSINS
Store on STATE STREET
Imported Italian Straw Bags
$2.95 Plus Tax )1
THE PERFECT GIFT for Mother's Day
is one from our selection of station-
ery, fountain pens, pencils, and other
gifts. We also have the best of new
novels in fiction.
OVERBECK'S
1116 S. University )6
FOR BEST BUYS - SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
Foot Lockers (taxes included) $9.99
U.S. Navy "T" Shirts 49c
Zelan Jackets with Zippers $3.88
Athletic Hose, All Wool 49c )8
MICHIGAN "T" shirts for the chil-
dren, yellow and blue. $1.75. Sizes
1-3 and 2, 4, 6, 8, white with date,
$1.50, sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. They are made
of dureme cotton.
BEA NICKELS 7 Nichels Arcade
1947 CHEK (European Lightweight Mo-
torcycle). Bill Shreve, 2-4481. )33

FOR SALE
CHEVROLET, 1942 Club Coupe deluxe,
original owner, low mileage, very
clean, excellent condition throughout.
Phone 2-6016. ) 53
ATTENTION KNITTERS!
Running Short of Yarn?
WOMEN'S EXCHANGE
Nickels Arcade ) 12
RALEIGH BICYCLE - practically new,
3 speed gear shift, hub generator and
lights. Contact A. L. Bryant, Tel. 3-
1511 Ext. 2526. ) 54
1947 CHEVROLET-Style Master tudor,
19,000 miles, $1250. Heater, defroster,
seat covers. Can be seen at 2735 So.
Wagner Rd., owner R. A. Fogg. )55
BOOKS
For the Best in Bookbinding
at a price you can afford
OLSEN'S BINDERY
325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976
)37B
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-From June 10 to Sept. 10.
New 4 room furnished apartment.
Call 2-6836. )25F
Forgood accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOMa
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
PERSONALS
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN-Frank-
ly, Joe, it wasn't very polite to dem-
onstrate typewriters during the con-
cert last night. The Royal Portable
Typewriter isn't THAT quiet. Office
Equipment Service Co., 1116 So. Uni-
versity. )1B
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1903; if no answer call 25-7364. )28B
Sungiass Special
Sharp Styles
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
522 E. Liberty )41P
SENIORS-Phone us now about a sub-
scription to TIME at the $5.00-a-year
College Rate. Student run Student
Periodical Agency, 2-82-42. 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. )24P
CALL 2-3725 Now, for that GIFT OF
BEAUTY FOR MOTHERS DAY. Our
facials, permanents, vapor baths,
shampoo, sets and styles, expert shap-
ing, are guaranteed to please. Exper-
ienced operators. First floor location.
Rainey's Slenderizing and Beauty
Salon, 1031 E. Ann. )32P
CAMPUS
CORSAGE SERVICE
A Student Service for Students
Thrill your date for the coming
formals by a corsage from us.
We offer discount on N.S.A. cards
Phone 2-7032 )20B
COUSINS
Store on STATE STREET
For May-style: Picture straw
hats-$4.95 )1
COTTON SKIRTS - 25 styles from
which to select-plain colors, plaids
and prints. Sizes 9-15, 24-30. Priceda
from $1.95 to $7.95.
Randall's, 305 S. State ) lP
ALICE-The children are crying again
-the alarm clock keeps them awake.
Please come home and take it to
Jenks & Co. to have it fixed. He's at
221 E. Liberty. Ph. 2-6220. Urgent.
Ben. 40P

WANTED TO RENT
WANTED - Guy with apt. desiring
roommate plus high fidelity viesplus
70 albumsofrom Monteverdi to Stra-
vinski. For fall semester. Box 187,
Mich. Daily. )23W
STUDENT and wife want apartment
for summer sessiondonly. Local.refer-
ences. Dorothy Andrews. 2-4561. )19W
LOST
A 'Aand
FOUND
LOST-Brown wallet, important papers.
Ph. 2-3169 between 6 & 7. Reward.
)45L
MALE STUDENT who left a light covert
topcoat in my car after a lift from
Lansing to St. Johns. Believe student
was on his way to St. Louis, Mich. to
attend a wedding. Will return it to
him upon identification. Claude R.
Fox, 913 W. Lapeer, Lansing. )46L
LOST, in Angell Hall. Tan corduroy
jacket with plaid wool lining. Re-
ward. 2060 Stockwell. ) 44L
ROOMS FOR RENT
MEN'S ROOMS - Summer and Fall.
1346 Geddes Ave., Telephone 2-7044.
60R
ROOMS for three boys during summer
school and two for fall school year.
Unusually convenient location, on
Walnut St., off South University.
Phone 5862 nights. )59R
MAY FESTIVAL ROOMS available for
guests in private homes. Call Student
Room Bureau, 2-8827, 11:30-12, 6:30-
7:00. )1R
BUSINESS
SERVICES
WILLOW RUN COOP NURSERY inter-
viewing for teacher for fall semester.
Applicants write or phone Mrs. W.
A. Packer, 1446 Enfield, Willow Run.
Phone 4856W1. )32H
24 HOUR SERVICE by request.
ACE HAND LAUNDRY
1114 S. University.
33B
TYPING DONE. Phone 2-3357. 41B
TYPING SERVICE-Student papers, re-
ports, theses, dissertations, accurately
done by experienced typists. For in-
formation call 6197. )39B
24-Hour Service by Request
HOME QUALITY SERVICE
215 E. Washington, Ph. 9035 )33B
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co.,
214 E. Washington. )23B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)3B
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c at
TUCKAWAY HOUSE
E. Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret Nickerson Martin )9
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
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